How To Prevent Recurrent Ectopic Pregnancy With A History Of Ectopic Pregnancy?
Hi doc, r n r nJadi 8 weeks ago, part of my left fallopian tube was removed at the end of the tube and tied up doc due to ectopic pregnancy. So I want to know doc, besides my chances to get pregnant are reduced, what’s the other bad impression doc, is this going to interfere with my hormone-releasing process doc, is it true that the process is the same as tubal ligation, I’m afraid of the same symptoms called post tubal ligation doc syndrome, what are the true symptoms of doc, I also want to know what the bad impression was from the surgery that I had, doc. Please enlighten me doc, am I infertile doc, is it related to early menopause or not doc!
From the information you have conveyed, in patients with ectopic pregnancies, and part of the fallopian tubes have been removed, it means that the left and right ovaries can still support your hormonal and reproductive functions.
Therefore, if you have a history of ectopic pregnancy, it is hoped that this procedure will reduce the risk of recurring ectopic pregnancy.
Due to the binding of the left fallopian tube, the risk of post tubal ligation syndrome may be experienced, however, this can gradually improve according to the recovery process you are undergoing. And you can consult the complaints you feel related to complaints of ligation or binding of these tubes.
Whereas the risk of hormone imbalance with all its implications is unlikely because your right ovary and right tube are in good shape. So that the hormonal process can take place and support you. And, on the left ovary, if the blood supply can still support the function of the left ovary, then hormonal processes can also be supported from your left oavrium.
But you should be able to confirm all your clinical conditions and the risks of this ligation surgery with your obstetrician. And when you plan your next pregnancy program, you can start a pregnancy program by consulting directly with your obstetrician.
That is the information we can convey, also read post tubal ligation syndrome.